Archive | November, 2019

AI expert Stuart Russell to join TC’s Robotics+AI 2020 at UC Berkeley

Computer scientists agree that artificial intelligence will have a stunning impact on the future of humanity. And more often than not, futurists depict a dystopian outcome – a world where we are at best subservient to machines and at…

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The ACLU wants details about videos of Boston Dynamics robot in police exercises

Back in April at our robotics event at UC Berkeley, Boston Dynamics head Marc Raibert showed off video of the company’s Spot robot in a number of different real world scenarios. Some, like construction and first responders, were…

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Self-Driving Cars Could Spark A Religious Revival Among Young Americans

Self-driving cars could spark a religious revival among young Americans.

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Uber’s 2018 Pedestrian Fatality Proves Once Again That Humans Are Dangerous

The United States government has spoken: self-driving software did not kill the pedestrian hit by a developmental Uber self-driving car in Tempe, Arizona last year. The culprit is biological.

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How Intelligent Data Addresses the Chasm in Cloud

Advancements in cloud technology and the proliferation of cloud migrations enables the growth of a “self-service” culture when it comes to Business Intelligence (BI), Artificial Intelligence (AI), and Machine Learning (ML) advanced analytics. Here is how intelligent data addresses the…

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The Week in Tech: A.I.’s Threat to White-Collar Jobs

Some workers may be more exposed to artificial intelligence than previously thought. But worry more about automation’s threat to less skilled employees.

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Hyundai and Seoul set to test self-driving cars on city roads starting next month

Hyundai has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the city of Seoul to begin testing six autonomous vehicles on roads in the Gangnam district beginning next month, BusinessKorea reports. The arrangement specifies that six vehicles will begin testing…

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MIT researchers develop a much better way to optimize the control of soft robots

MIT researchers have developed a new way to optimize how soft robots perform specific tasks — a huge challenge when it comes to soft robotics in particular, because robots with flexible bodies can basically move in an infinite number…

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